If you can hardly wait for the iPhone 7 to come out this fall, then here's a teaser for you. CNet reports, via some new leaked photos on Chinese social network Weibo, that the new edition will come in three sizes/models, with the phablet version, the iPhone 7 Plus and 7 Pro, coming in two versions. At least one would include a dual-lens camera — as rumored earlier — that would allow for higher resolution photos by the combining of two images. Also, as CNet finds, the 7 Pro model will apparently have the same smart connector as the iPad Pro, allowing it to transfer power to a keyboard or connect to other kinds of docks.

They note, though, that the displays on the 7 Plus and 7 Pro models will be the same: 5.5 inches (even though the photo makes the Pro appear to be slightly larger, case-wise.

Another photo leaked this week out of China, picked up yesterday by BGR.com, shows the dual cameras on the rear of the Pro model — though they could be on the Plus model as well.

It's anticipated that the iPhone 7 will be unveiled at Apple's annual, post-Labor Day launch event. A rumor has also floated around about the iPhone 7 doing away with the headphone jack in favor of plugging headphones into the lightning port at the bottom, but it's unclear if that will be part of this model or a later, 7S version.

Previously: The iPhone 7 Will Be Slightly Thinner, Lose Headphone Jack, Maintain Basic Design